More children developing kidney stones; diet may be culprit

More children developing kidney stones; diet may be culprit

PITTSBURGH -- The first time the reddish color appeared in Bella's urine, Loren Carroto blamed the ice pops her daughter had eaten at a birthday party. But the discoloration returned intermittently. It turned out to be blood, not food coloring, and the diagnosis was one affecting a growing number of children: kidney stones. Five years later, Bella, now 9, remains on a...

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